Configuration Caching Techniques for FPGA

@inproceedings{Li1999ConfigurationCT,
  title={Configuration Caching Techniques for FPGA},
  author={Zhiyuan Li and Katherine Compton and Scott Hauck},
  year={1999}
}
Although run-time reconfigurable systems have been shown to achieve very high performance, the speedups over traditional microprocessor systems are limited by the cost of hardware configuration. In this paper, we explore the idea of configuration caching. We present techniques to carefully manage the configurations present on the reconfigurable hardware throughout program execution. Through the use of the presented strategies, we show that the number of required reconfigurations is reduced… CONTINUE READING
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